ado definition

  • noun:
    • Bustle; hassle; trouble; trouble.
    • to-do; in doing; because, there's nothing ado.
    • Performing; difficulty; difficulty; troublesome company; hassle; bustle; because, to make an excellent ado about trifles.
    • to-do; in doing.
    • Doing; difficulty; difficulty; troublesome business; hassle; bustle.
    • Doing; action; business; bustle; trouble; labor; trouble: because, to convince one with much ado.
    • A suffix of Latin origin, the Spanish masculine as a type of -ade, -ate, like in renegado, desperado, etc. In a few words -ado is an erroneous type of -ada, like in bastinado. See -ada.
    • an instant active commotion
  • others:
    • to accomplish.
    • In doing; being done.

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